As with most technologies, the cost of manufacturing and installing solar technologies has continued to fall as more and more customers are adopting them. As it flexes its competitive muscle with mass adoption, the solar energy industry will likely boost efforts to explore new configurations and business models. That said, with continued development, solar energy technology’s durability and cost-effectiveness will make it an attractive proposition for larger businesses, where ongoing maintenance expenses can be substantial. Likewise, the increased demand for solar energy will also create the need for installation, maintenance, and repair services. In addition, with increasing government initiatives to cut down on carbon emissions to tackle climate change, more businesses will take advantage of various schemes, tax breaks, and other subsidies as incentives to adopt solar energy.
Over the years, Solar Energy has come a long way in showing its true potential to change the way companies think of energy production. Whether it is an environmentally conscious business shift or merely seeking cost-cutting solutions to balance the books, one thing is clear; solar energy is going to be a primary source of energy for businesses in the coming years.
In this edition of Energy Tech Review Europe, we present the list of the Top 10 Solar Energy Solution Providers that are at the forefront of innovation in Europe. We also bring to you thought leadership articles and exclusive insights from expert CIOs and CXOs - Mitchell Board, Global Head and Future Energies at Puma Energy, Shawn Shaw, Head of Solar and Energy Storage at Natural Power, Olivier Lodeho, Head of Technology Group, at Subsea 7 presenting their ideas and opinions on prevalent challenges and trends in the solar energy technology space. We hope the valuable insights from industry thought leaders and the RPO organizations featured in this edition help you make informed decisions for your organization.
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